Monster Energy Supercross 5’s Legends Pack Vol. 2 includes Daytona’s 1974 layout

Thomas Harrison-Lord
Four legendary riders and Daytona from 1974 are available now for Monster Energy Supercross 5 as part of the Vol. 2 pack
Monster Energy Supercross 5's Legends Pack Vol. 2 includes Daytona's 1974 layout

The second Legends Pack for Monster Energy Supercross 5 has been released, and it includes four heroes of the sport plus a new circuit.

The riders included are Ryan Villopoto, Ryan Dungey, Jeff Emig and Cole Seely.

Villopoto is a four-time supercross and three-time motocross champion, retiring in 2014. Dungey retired in 2017 with seven AMA championships to his name, Emig called it quits in 1999 after four AMA Motocross Championships and one FIM World Supercross title while Seely competed up until 2019.

Ryan Villopoto Monster Energy Supercross 5

It’s not just the old-school riders, however, as the 1974 Daytona layout is included as historical content.

For those who aren’t aware, Daytona – yes, the Daytona circuit – regularly places a purpose-built dirt track for the Supercross series to visit. This has happened since 1971 with motocross before it was replaced by Supercross in 1974.

This compliments the Vol. 1 paid pack that was released earlier this month that included Jeremy McGrath, Ricky Johnson, Jeff Stanton, Kevin Windham and Jeff Ward plus the Pontiac Silverdome 2002 venue.

Monster Energy Supercross 5 Cole Seely

Both Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are available separately for £7.99 / $9.99 and can also be found as a part of the Season Pass for £24.99 / $29.99. The Season Pass also includes an Allegiance Pack, a Neon Pack, a US Open Track and a credits multiplier.

The Vol. 2 DLC pack is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. It coincides with a new game update that fixes some minor quibbles.

Monster Energy Supercross 5 April 2022 update changelog

  • Resolved an issue with flickering that occurred to the number and the name of the riders;
  • Fixed the issue with the stickers applied on the helmets with spherical projection;
  • Fixed validation of the track with a specific track module in the Track Editor;
  • Fixed the gap between qualifying time and main events time;
  • Fixed the sound of the engines of the 2-Stroke bikes; 
  • Minor fixes;

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